Series: Gunn

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Dawn of Revenge by J. Sherman1
Mexican Showdown by Jory Sherman2
Death's Head Trail (Gunn Series No. 3) by Jory Sherman3
Blood Justice by Jory Sherman4
Winter Hell by J. Sherman5
Duel in Purgatory by J. Sherman6
Law of the Rope by Jory Sherman7
Apache Arrows by J. Sherman8
Boothill Bounty by J. Sherman9
Hard Bullets (Gunn Series No. 10) by J. Sherman10
Gunn No. 11: Trial by Sixgun by J. Sherman11
Gunn No. 12: The Widowmaker by J. Sherman12
Gunn No. 13: Arizona Hardcase by J. Sherman13
The Buff Runners by J. Sherman14
Drygulched by Jory Sherman15
Wyoming Wanton (Gunn) by Jory Sherman16
Tucson Twosome: Gunn 17 by J. Sherman17
The Golden Lady by J. Sherman18
High Mountain Hussy (Gunn Series No. 19) by J. Sherman19
Ten Gallon Tease (Gunn No 20) by Jory Sherman20
Sweet Texas Tart (Gunn, No. 21) by J. Sherman21
Kansas Kitten (Gunn No. 22) by J. Sherman22
Bedroll Beauty (Gunn) by J. Sherman23
Frontier Fanny by Jory Sherman24
Trail Tramp by Jory Sherman25
Gold Shaft (Gunn) by J. Sherman26
Two for the Money (Gunn) by J. Sherman27
Two Easy Pieces (Gunn) by J. Sherman28
Mine Shaft (Gunn #29) by Jory Sherman29

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